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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 7 September 1893

Bow 6ti tfie^a&Etoss Filled Wgtfcli Casea made by the Keystone Watch Case Com- pany, Philadelphia. , It pro- tects ikeWatch from the pick- pocket, and prevents it from dropping. Can only be had with cases stamped \" with this trade mark. '•'•• Sold, without extra charge •*•' *for this bow (ring), through Watch dealers only. Ask your jeweler for pam- phlet, or send to makers. KOSTKA & BOEDCHER. MERGHANT_TAILDRS. We have a larjro. Ftoek of the Latest Styles of Imported and Domestic Goods- on hand All Suits guaranteed a perfect fit. GIVE US A Leonhardt's Building. V- CALL! STURGEON BAY J. F . STROH , Headquarters for Crockery and Glassware. New stock just received. Will Bell cheaper than ever, aud for cash only. Will pay the.highest market price for eggs and butter. A full line of groceries always in stock. REMEMBER THE PLACE. STROH'8 BLOCK. ::#WllUatt:.•• Femes' will is in the possession ^ F r w a k T . Sabin of Philadelphia f^Pnilip J. Armoty has adopted a diet of bread and m...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 7 September 1893

*#sirid wli& aii^hel^?!?, ::%' 'W:x :s&AM:^e f^i^M0di:: t: 'X : • • •: 'x • : • • 5Phe roadside trees kept mnrmnrtng. ^.J^^wU*t'ei^^'rottrrottr yci.^ • ••-' As In the old d&ye long gone by, Green oak and poiilar tree? :\"' The Well known faces are oil gone, ' And the fret lies oh mo. XXJrxx:x^ikxX]:xx . ~ w . R. Yeata. SMS!OP ENERGY . Bteye ICIrk w«& pivrsuiug bis usual avo- Mcatloii. Now Steve daimed to be a flsher- man, bu t his method of procedure wa* not « , l a W dowa by Isaak Walton for Steve 4wral bait hlg hook, throw It out into the .river, jab the end of the pole into the bank, and then/lie down in the shade and phi- losophize. • \"I'• \"'' T'.X •\"•'' '•'•'''r- • ' ' Steve was long'on philosophy and short on energy. Not that Steve was lazy—men of bis class are never lazy. / B u t from some cause never yet explained, they cannot And '•': the energy to begin work. It takes more energy to begin a task than it does to com-^ , . plete it. Steve had just enough...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 7 September 1893

T H E DEMQGRAT, TBAJBS!PAY SEPlTaMBER T, 1893J 'vSMftfc(«Uktt*lV^esw WN** ^TO-TR T i A T T V ' P V At?\"l^:: ,r!* thett»tt»o: 'I'noa.,. tttad ««r«-- finaltyllieaten off for lack of ' •* * A A J • l i V - 1 A - \" J * 1 l / J ? y »T A J H . J Rodes giive the order to charge, the works, j support in their dashing assaults, '•\"•'•••'••••' 'GordAn's skirmishersrallied on the colors. A t Gettysburg 850 men answered the roll TEAYELINGIN THIBET '$^*^W*j^:**^ AN ENGUSH ^ M ^ REMARKABLE PON'S SIXTH ALABAMA^ REGIMENT* the error they faced about a^tuu, and mad- ! • of breastworks under the \"guns ~of the ! d e r t t a u e v «r over a blundertha t nearly j Twelfth corps a t Gulp's Hill ou th e third Btruck bvacvoioneof n^i«t^i»«,.iri»T* i ^ ! W U ? ° f l t h e m , t h , c o d i u n i o f cow 'there were less than * » in line. They held Btruck by a celtn of iiullet. In t b . rirot j charged through the tangkd abatis and ! on in th e captured breastworks a t CulpV Fight at.. Fair. ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 7 September 1893

For Sale by Leathern & Hmitliv -r BR|Ep L 0 ^ t NOTES: ^' —The oyster season has begun again,our local restaurants having them for sale al- • ready.. —•Your attention is directed to the change In the advertisement of A.W. Law- rence & Co. —The city schools started work on Mon- day morning having about the usual num- ber of scholars in attendance. . —The sidewalk on the east side of Cedar street, between St. John and Garland streets, has been relaid, making quite an improvement in it. —Parties desiring to lay in a supply of hard coal for the coming winter will do well to call on Leathern & Smith .before placing orders elsewhere. —The Y. P. 8. C. E. social which was to have been held at the Congregational church on Friday evening of this week, has been indefinitely postponed. • —There is a big fire raging this afternoon in the.bigB\\vnmp southwest of this ond of the canal. There are no settlers in its, c 1 ^ ° n Wednesday with u load of plums, vicinity and not much damage...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

.\"•''•••\",. •''•.'•'ii' -: '' ','•.••:'••\"•.••\"\"••.•'.•,. -. ' \":'- -::'.»ii^:''Jir«\"-•••''^•\"•ji^ifSi- ••'•!•'•'' '~VJr%i^»r- v'-.' • ' '•-\"•'* \"\"\"'''sv'' ' J^C\"*' . 4c^-r^^' ^-fft?-\"'' *^\" • ••J'—^'-ii—'^\"'-, - v THE BURGLAR IS CAUGHT. PROVES TO BE A BOY ONLY FOUR- TEEN YEARS OLD. The Burglary in the Fourth Ward Wan Committed by Young Pete Deffbe — The Xad Claims to Have Been Alone. The perpetrator of the burglary at A.W. Lawrence & Co.'s store in the fourth ward a week ago Saturday night, full particu- lars of which were given in THE DEMOCUAT last'week,turus out to have been Peter Def- foe, a lad of only fourteen years, who has been a resident of this city all his life. He was captured at Chris. Meyer's place, in the town of Nasewaupee, where he was working, and did not seem at all embar- rassed when taken in custody by an Officer. The stolen goods were found in his posses- sion and in talking with-Edson Washburn, the manager of the store, the boy exhibit- ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

4|*tfjjtrsrt£a&Y-5 pec 11\\ L SktthH&i4MT*WrtH>TttMk • '.'••••-•'••^po«xiMvaDiij CHAPTER IV. Dawn came, lacing with rose and arn- ber the severing east. With the first rays of light the cries of wild geese were heard flying in long harrow toward the river, and also the faint clang of mallard and ehelldrake passingoverhead. These suonds awoke Bruce, who rose cramped and stiff, and leaned against the chimney- piecw in lazy admiration of the pageantry of sarly morning seen through the ahut- teriess windows of the ranch. « He glanced down at the tumbled heap of blankets at his feet.. Only one of his companion bedfellows met his eye. Mr. Buck Jerrold had already arisen, leaving his disordered enwrappings in a tangled coil, very much as a snake casts its skin. The old man, his hands folded upon his breast, lay flat upon his back, snoring dismally. Bruce regarded him a moment with an amused smile, and Ahen true to the sportsman's instinct drew on his shoot- ing jacket, ca...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

if?12^aKS^ ,.. _ - v . *Jtion« thogBarlod pines of old Jap*oW^-:^ •••* •That shade « hill where patient cricket*aing, I chanced upon a terraced path which ran Upward beneath a mystic covering, \"'i?'-'V A hundred aacred gates the pathway keepi t Eaoh shaped of two straight beams and one '..• -: across, \" \\\\'„r. .-.•• • V^: v•Â« £. -, With rigid angles mounting np the steep. Their dull red hue bepatched with ancient ' OUW8.' ••\" ••-.i*'••'•.- At either side, thick in the grassless mold. Two ftuttering linesof white still rise beyond- Small Written slips of paper that unfold As banners pendent troma mimic wand. And while I wondered suddenly a name Flashed to me, and I knew the Pathof Prayer Where Kwannon, oueen of Mercy nightly ' came . To read the sad petitions planted there. I mused upon that gentle race anew. With love and pity aching in my breast, ' And then I knelt where evening shadows grew To place my small petition with the rest. —NewOrleans TirAs-Democrat. A NOTABLE BI...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

i JMSMOCRAIKJ JOURNAL .^PUBLISHED Six Months ##*v.v. v. iV - » .....v.... Throe MontM.&v.iiVi V.. ... ..v.^ - •'• Single Copi08.., 4ii:. ..,:........ ....... Advertleltg rates furnished upon appHcittion .fl.OO .\"•••.50 Enttred at the Jfottofflce In Sturgeon Buy, at tecond-cUut matter. wu. STURGHON BAY. WIS.. SEPT- H..18W. WE notice that hone of the'republican papers which comment on the fact that here- after pensioners will not b6\" suspended until their cases hnve been investigated, are honest enough to state tnut the practice of suspend-. tag pensions pending «\" investigation into their cases has been a rule of the department for years. • \\ AKEP.17IU.ICAN exchange advances the theo- ry that theappurentsiibslstciice of some demo- cratic newspapers on \"vlnd/'is due to the fact that they are kept alive by contributions from thoCobden club. Ignatius Donnelly and hi* famous BacoH-Shakospeuro cypher will huve' to take a back sent hereafter. MILWAUKEE quotations on Saturday mak...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

TO G&SE 01JT ENl^BKfc STOCK. Owing to the constant, increase of business in'• • • mjr.:Y j*^lar :ttue, I have decided to close o^-without feserve, the entire lot of. horses and* colts on THE- A. W. LAWRKNCB BTOtK FABM, Sturjgeon - Bayi Wisconsin. K[ i .-- r :.\"••' I am awiwe thatthe!presenthard times, and stringency in the money market, -will necessitate low prices, in order to make sales, but shall base my figures according to presenjjlvalues. ^ ~ Ifi#antedbyjjurchaserf time pay- ments given on approved paper. The stofck consists of about 40 head, among which Is the noted Alar Clay, Jr. , 15404, sire of \"Hattie S.,\" record 2:19%. Alar Clay, Jr., is a fine individual, brainy and stylish. He never fails to produce speed, and without question is the sire of more fine colts and good actors in harness, than any pro- ducer in fNorthern Wisconsin or upper Michigan, Hamiis, Jr. , 4393, who is attracting so much attention at the present time by his \"electric way of going,\" is also ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

[hard to bow the he*4 r v't!Tl»r^mWbiB!attos^.-:^ . .. \"When«verytttn4 loblu dMk jiAd drear ^•^^And'-ifteclouds obecOreJthesun •'.•: ^•$ : •fi.TenaerTy'jbv'er^^^ S'S-vWhilo oar upsJhtwit^iyJwWapeir :.' v : *TIS awful hani.to still live oi» \\ ^ false i^^Whehfftlth Is deid and hope has fled , ^ \" k And'wei tire temj^si tossed .' - . *lo laugh and smue and hide the wounds That perhaps will never heaU v Bo the bwsy world will never know - .ThesowowiJiatwefeel. „ 'TIS very hard to learn real well The leswn. of the cross To count.ihentt^^ \" To profit, not to loss •.., \"'..-. To stand beslde-^yea, to enter In-r The portals of Ine tomb, -.','. ' Then look above, beyond It, Out from the awfolgloom ...'•'.•To try and see the little gleam , • That's shining ever so far To hear the voice of the Master— . We still his children are. To suffer much, still hope on. Knowing no consolation, Yet keeping the light of faith aglow-*- Tula, then. In resignation. « —Brooklyn Eagle. ii IT.\" My dea...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

.S:^ Bonbons and chocolate, $S.(M v.\\'% - :v\"v':'' (10cents for collars). ,-.•• v.' o?v ' Opera, $15.00. In pearl satin dressed''. .?-.,- (85 cents, new buttoau for my V MU i : Carriage, fl0.U0- ... r '-•-. Ah, bnt thewas fair , ' :: 1 cent*, car fara The races, tBU.ua . ' Wecutadash '-:-'-::•:,:-':-. (10 cenu, next day for haata , Fan, Sl«.uX iaurnt tad (6 cent cigar w&« alii .iadi. Spent in one wwkl Of hope 1 am bereft. All this she KUU And IT Oh. igot left! -y Navajo Joe-was out of luck. .Ordinarily his yagaric*were not regarded in Cinnabar. Hifl frequent appearance in the single street teavelua^ajy of niee feats of horseman- ship coupled with\" an exhibition of pistol\" shooting in which old tomato cans and paaae beer bottle* performed as targets had hitherto excited no more baleful sentiment , in the Cinnabar bosom than disgust. \" S h o o t i n u p th e town a whole lot\" was the name tor this engaging pastime as given, by Navajo Joe, and up to date the ex- ercise had ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 14 September 1893

mm till!! mm PURE pf^tMtheta & Smith p, Arrival* 'and DMparttirea. Vessels pas*tug through the canal for the weekending§opf 13:.••••'' .. ]. Sopt.Tth. Down .ibys.JSheboygan, Marga- rite.. Pewaukee. Si JC Maftfo, It. P. Mwsoii.Wb* erty. Up: Fannie Hurt. Lilly Amraiot, Mitry, P.. Taylor^ M. A. Gregory. Obfa, 8. A. Wood. Una.GlenCiiyler, LittleGeorgy. Woltfn,' F. H. Williams, Sheboygan^.Lady Ellen, Joya, Frank Sept.'8th. Down: Mary Mills. P. 0. Hart, Chicago, Temple-Emeryv~CvV J. Maglll. I). A.manded Wells. 0. Hiqkox,K A. Seymour. Up: 8. K. Martin. E. Fuller. Temple Emery, Chicago. V. Hlnton, J. Spalding and scow, Lavinda, Marga- rita. Sept. Oth. Down: Muskegon, Joys, Indus- try, Francis Hlnton, R. H. Booker. J. Spaldliig and scows, J. C. Porrett and consort*. Up: jF. M. Smith. Powaukee, Muskegon, C. Hlckox, Mary Mills. Sept. 10th. Down: John Evonson nnd scow, Vf, B. Shuttuok, Jutm OUs. Sheboygan, Rosco- l»ol and consorts, I. X. Foster,Win. AldrJch. M. C. Ncff, P. Sawytr. Jessie ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

Historical Rooms TWO FISHERMEN MISSING. WERE LAST SEEN IN LAKE MICHIGAN DURING FRIDAY'S GALE. Residents of Washington Island Went to Lift Their Nets and Were Undoubtedly Drowned — Beaching Parties Out After Them. Beyond all reasonable doubt two inhabi- tants of Washington Island, Timothy Cof- fey and Thos. Coffey, were drowned in Lake Michigan during the gale last Friday afternoon. A correspondent from Wash- ington Island sends us the following, dated the 18th inst.: \"Great anxiety is felt here overjthe fate of Timothy and Thos. Coffey. They went out last Friday to lift their nets, since which time no tidings of them have been heard. There was a light breeze during the day until attbut 3 o'clock in the after- noon, when the wind chauged very sud- denly to the northwest and bio wed a gale during that night and the next day. Searching parties have been out as far as Escanaba, but no traces of them have yet been found. As they were off Rock Island their only chance was to run before i...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

$X': •••'•'• •: * ^ y ^ * P P U £ TON'* h-\" . \\\\!':\\'' --tOO«nH§kiXiJ tie glanced around'\"to note the effect of his wordB, but Cynthia had disap- peared. At tho first aUusion to her early morning ramble, she had stampeded the fswn and BCdmpered away in pursuit. Mosely tnrned and shot a glance at Bruce. He was smoking with easy non- chalance. Put here the approach of the dbony Amelia, Dearing a frothy mixture which looked uncommonly like a milk punch, interrupted his reflections. 'J^Hoah am de boss bey'age arter hosa- back rTSfio,' nab!\" exclaimed the sable^ Hebe, handicg the tumbler tothe sheriff \"Dey ain't nothin wot goes quite^o^rar or strikes quite so neah de spot^K stim- lates de functions an 'snscita^s de sys- tem at de same time, a»M/\\Besi!es, Bhe addefl with a crafty^nk, \"I didn' wan loscare^yo'nohow?w d do stateobda- bottle arter de^eggnog dis'pation ob tie las\\ebe)dn^^ «* ' \"Let,yiSu alone, Amelia, for takin caxr of m^f* returned Mosely, draining the ,ure wi...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

••' \" THELAST Ofr A r^LSE 'ffifc^ g Dear perjuries I loved so w # Dear dead believing •- .:. In these Bweet written Ilea erf hla, :•.„•.:.' Thia fair eMc^y^l^p^Sy^S Blistered with hot and happy tears, '. Worn by my kiaaea,\"',.'• Hid warmly on my breast at night* What an end ia thia! / Dear yellow leaves, dear laded words. The red flame flashes! - • ' — - No elegy I steak but this. Ashes to ashes. * * —Anne R. Aldrich In Kate Field's Washington. THREE GLUTTONS. • * • Three gentlemen sa t dining in a private salon of th e Cafe Anglais three ardent, conscientious eaters, their nostrils distend- ed, scenting the aroma of the delicate vi- ands, their eyjej.j«t ..intently, their jaws already a t work upon a superb truffled capon. \"When the capon had disappeared, one of them, M. Vincent, demanded: ••What think you of m y proposition?\" . \"Magnificent,\" declared GUigement. \"Ideal!\" said St. Est ere. Laconic re- sponses followed by a longer pause, during which the Bordeaux flowed dow...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

^^^s#i sBH-W mSm HE6. TXRMfl Or StTBSCRtPTXON: tl.Ofi ' • • & • .08 SSMonthi Tfree Months...,, Bragie copies...... Ajifrertlsing rato^ •:\"••• (j3,'-,:.'^''..''i-.y-•'•• '''• ./ • .•• -si v •• ..-. •••.-. •• ••'•.' ' •'! .•'' .•'.•.•- • XAUred at (fu Poiti0e«ih Sturgeon Bay, Wit. •.] £ , ^r #:.: ^ i»«»»Wl^O*«,f»0Mr '.'V'-rS '--: STUEOBOg BAY, WIS..'SEPT^ai. 1893. { THE CAUSE OF THE PAN.C. ^ , It :««e!^'•to''•^0.' the opinion of * large number of our best-posted public men that nothing caused the receut panic ex- cept a \"lack of confidence,\" and that this condition had absolutely no foundation in anything that bad happened or was likely to happen. This being thecase, it is perti- nent to inquire into the causes of this\" \"lack of confidence.\" Many people believe that it was brought about by Wall street and the influence of the money power centered there. This may be so, but the most active agent for creating distrust among the people of the country has in our opinio...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

From out the mornlnc skies, the legend goes, Same Nattire tookthe tinting for theroee. Some flowers a t evening. In the fading light, Received the tints and color., of the night. Bnt at high noon, when skies were sparkling blue '..' ' *''• • •'. v', '- : :''''-'.. :-* The proud and.in'eenl Iris caught lti(.liae. —Albert Hardy to Qodey^s. A PSYCHICAL PRINK. Willis had met Miss Hollister btit once, and that, for a certain purpose, was suffi- cient. He was. smitten. She represented in every way hi# ideal, although until he had met her his ideal had been sotnethinK radically different. She was. not a t all Junoesque, and the maiden of his dreams, had been decidedly so. • She had auburn hair, which hitherto, Willis had detested. Indeed if the same wealth of hirsute had adorned, some other woman's head Willis would have called it red. This chows how completely he was smitten. She changed his point of view entirely. She shattered his old ideal and set herself up in his steau\\ and she did ...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

A RUNAWAY SLAVE WHO TERROR- M Bl^:|K!ZEI*:^ The., Criminal: itecord Made bjr \"Braa Conp*\"—H« Lead* a Or© of Strife »ttd Conatant Danger—HI* Death Made -a] Holiday In $e*r Qrlean*. At the period when the institution of slavery, viewed under Its most human- itarian aspect, was in its most flourishing condition in .Louisiana, one of its salient features was the frequency with which the African bondsmen would hie themselves to the swamps to escape thraldom for a time and enjoy a season of comparative freedom^ While, yet a boy I remember distinctly the proximity of the woods to the sparse habi- tations that fringed the town. Maraia street was then deemed the borderland be- tween terra flrma and \"trembling prairie\" —an impenetrable morass, beyond which none but experienced hunters or fugitives from justice ventured to.enter. In the thickest part of these recesses along the margin of some sluggish bayou were to be seen occasionally some rude huts, hastily thrown up with willow branc...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

j i l ^ f ^ C ^ ^ 8EPTE3^BiR(-21y .1893.' ' . MATE tEFVOY AGREES W I T H ^ H E L A T E S h e Says Ther e la K o : K « w Y t o | ( : l B . : C » i t a m e s Fo r Womea—Sh e Note s th e Evolu - tion o f FaxIiloiiH am i Slake s S o m e Inter- esting Comparisons. [Copyright, 1680. bjr American Press Asaocia- T h e wisest m a n tha t ever lived tol d u s tha t there w a s nothin g n e w under th e sun. Tha t sayin g i s a s true toda y a s i t w a s w h e n h e uttered it , an d w h e n w e h e a r people tell of t h i s o r t h a t ne w t h i n g w e hav e bu t t o search th e annal s o f th e pas t t o find it s original. T h i s ia particularly tru e w i t h re- gard to. fashions Ideas are no t s o plentiful t h a t w e can in- ven t somethin g ne w every m o n t h tha t w a s never seen or imagined before, an d w e have t o borrow from t h e day s g o n e by. W e d o THE OLD AXD THE NEW. wel l whe n we. can take t h e m an d b y a deft transition adapt the m t o ou r da y an d ou r...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat 1892-1895 — 21 September 1893

w$&M ^^J^^|yp||jfe||^Bat^^ For Satlc by li6athem & iSmiil^ LAKE AND BAY, Arrivals anil Departure*. Vessels passing through the canal for the week ending Sept. 20: « Sept. 14th. Down: Mary Mills, Pewaukee, M. Johnson, John Sehroeder, P. Sawyer, Mary, »heboy«mn, Arctic. M.O. ffeff. Dahlia, It O. Reld, IJna. Lotus, O.^Nownouse, 0 . Cuylor, Vorga. B. M. sianion, M. bud*!?, E.Taylor. Up: Arctic. 8heboygan. 8. K. Martin, U. Hlc- kox, K. A. Seymour, 8. A. Wood, It. H. Becker, F. HIntou, Oh/a, Butcher Boy,. Llncrla, O. E. Sept 15th. Down: Chicago. Wollin, Agnes, Guide, Minerva. Maria B. M.. Z. G. Simmons, Nellie and Annie, J.W.Wrijrht, C. J. Magill. Up: Mediator. Industry, Chicago, Russia, P. Sawyer, John Otis, E. B. Maxwell, H. C. Held. Sept. 10th. Down: Muskegon, Joys, I. N. Foster. Up! John Sohroodor. C. M. Charnley, Boicobe), Ida Jane, Tiestless, Advance, D. A. Wells, Noque Bay, M. C. Noff, Muskegon. Hent. 17th. Downiv Sheboygan, J.C. Perrott, C. Hickox, K. A. Seymour,!. Step...

Publication Title: Democrat 1892-1895, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
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